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ross? >> this is not a hard one, just a straightforward one. you mentioned that in the last couple of months you have paid the salaries of most of those from the palestinian authority. that comes from the duties you collect on goods that come in from the palestinian authorities. will you withhold 7% of revenues -- 70% of revenues in response to what just happened, or will you continue to provide those moneys that create the salaries and bowed to the point you're making in the importance of the economy. is it in their economic interests to avoid a vacuum? >> first of all, as you know, we signed not only the oslo accords, but also the peace accords. there is a mechanism, how to collect money for debt. today it is our biggest problem, outstanding debt to the electricity company. about 700 million shekels. those are very serious troubles come a very serious -- troubles, very serious problems. we have international obligations. this is in clear opposition to their obligations, to their signature on the oslo peace accord. we do not need to pay for their electricity. we paid for the pales
in our many voices that the darkest days of our community shall not be the final word heard from ross. -- heard from us. we will care for one another with our love and our compassion. in those early hours of the crisis, it became clear to we clergy and faith leaders here in newtown that an initial community response would be needed, that we would need to come together. and so we asked our first select woman and superintendent if it might be possible for the clergy to gather the community here at newtown high school, to continue and to begin what will be for many along journey through grief and loss. we are not here to ignore our differences or diminish our core beliefs, which define our many different faith traditions, but to offer our love, care, and prayers to our families and our community. we wanted to offer a our voices in the form of words from our sacred text and prayers from the depths of our being. but we also wanted to gather together in silence. so, that is what we will do. we will have a time for sharing and for prayer, and also a time for silence in between, so that all o
their recent constitutional amendment voted to place, my friend of ross miller -- he was considering vests and this is what i have been talking about in west virginia. i talk about some of our vendors offering me electronic poll books that can store a photo or take a picture so that no one is disenfranchise and they don't have to pay even $5 for a photo id. you think that is not a lot but that is the $10 in dazzling money to run here and a $10 more to run here to get the other ideas. that is what we cannot have. what i show is what is working in west virginia and that's why it is a bigger picture. it is not a panacea that a photo id will solve all problems. i have to play zone defense on all of this, on every different aspect. we have to stay vigilant with what ever bought a set -- foes system we are using. >> what do you think of that? >> i did not add to your question before and i still will not answer your question. you are asking the right question - [laughter] >> you, professor. >> that is from a big picture perspective. it has been an on/off switch. are we going to have it or not to?
words heard from ross. -- from us. we will care for one another. with our love and compassion. in those early hours of this crisis, it became clear to the clergy and state leaders -- faith leaders that an initial committed to response would be needed, that we needed to come together. we ask our first select woman and our superintendent if it might be possible for us to gather the community together here at newtown high-school to continue what will be for many a long journey in grief and loss. we are not here to ignore or differences or to diminish the core beliefs which define our many different faith traditions. instead, we offer our care, prayers', and love for our families and communities. we wanted to offer our voices in the form of words from our sacred text and prayers from the depths of our being, but also have time for us to be together in silence. that is what we will do. we will have a time for sharing and prayer and also a time for silence in between so that all of us can pray as we wish and think about what it is that is most important to us. there is a reason why all of the
one is secretary ross miller from nevada. he was first elected in 2007 as the youngest secretary of state in nevada's history. he's currently the president of maps. he was honored by the aspen institute as of 24 rising stars in governments and he has successfully fought for campaign and election reforms in his state. nevada is one of the states that has been working with us and working with other states to form the electronic registration information center, an exciting new development you will hear a little more about. our second panelist will be heather smith from rock the vote. many of you have met her on previous occasions. with some of the best data and the business -- uniform consensus across the country -- she does an excellent job. under her leadership, she has built new tools and refined best practices for the engagement of young voters which has resulted in record numbers of registrations. prior to rock the vote, she founded and directed young voter strategies, a project at the george washington university school of management which supports the pew charitable trusts. o
in the studio. ross. david ram ron said he would expect levison unless his conclusions are bonkers. >> why isn't he accepting it ne fuel? >> it would cause drawing up laws to govern what the pressure should do. this really was a question of the heart of all of this. how could you make sure that everybody was involvinged incluesing publishers that aren't to do so without the piece of legislation that would amount enemies of the system sucting to licensing. the law had to change. talks use similar language that would simply recognize an independent regulator in raw. this debate went for months and months and months. they were joined. it would billion far more something more owneress. that's what david cameron was addressing in some of of his concerns. how did it feel? >> we saw something rather by zard there. we heard from the two men, the prime minister and the deputy frimse. there were -- separation. one of those two men thinks new law is skential and the other not is not. >> in the backgrounds for a moment, you've got the last few months. will continue to cross party talks. but simultaneously
, i know my friend, ross miller, i just saw he was considering this too. this is what i've been talking about in west virginia, i talk about some of our vendors, you know, can you offer meese electronic poll books that are going to be able to store a photo or take a picture so that no one is disenfranchised, that someone doesn't have to go and pay even $5 for a voteo i.d. you think that's not a lot. $5 for a photo i.d. but it's the $10 in gasoline money to run here. then it's the $10 to run here to get the other i.d. that's what we can't have. right now what i show is what is working in west virginia. that's why it's a bigger picture. that's why it's not a panacea that a voteo i.d. is going to solve all the problems. we have to play -- i'm a sports person. i got to play zone defense on all of this. on every different aspect. we have to stay vigilant whatever voting system we're using, whatever photo i.d. requirement we have. >> it's a very interesting idea. >> i didn't answer your question before and i still ain't going to question. you're asking the right -- >> he's volunteerin
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